That's what I want to know. I'm no mathmatologist but I have way more faith in the hospitals here than Italy or China. Were the hospitals in South Korea overwhelmed? They tested the shit out of folks and treated the ones that needed it, I see reports like this
"South Korea has been comparatively successful containing the spread of COVID-19 despite not instituting a mass-lockdown as in countries such as Italy. Tina Park of the Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect says the South Korean government's collaboration with labs to provide access to testing and early diagnosis was a leading factor." or the link below
I don't see where we're on the correct path.